I love the Goose Gear setup! Definitely pricey but you get what you pay for here IMO. I asked Goose Gear for a few additional nutserts and drilled some additional holes for the Dometic fridge slide to mount it exactly where I wanted it.
My full install and review is on TrailWrangler...
I haven't had any issues with the other parts I have bought from them, and I have always had a great experience with their customer service team. It is definitely unfortunate that they are still selling this track bar without clearly disclosing that there is minor grinding required for fitment.
You can run 37s on as little as a 2" lift. I ran the Dynatrac 2" lift + 37s for a year and did some pretty difficult trails. I'm now on Synergy 3" and Fox 2.5s - while the performance and flex is better I don't know how much more capable the rig really is.
My Dynatrac 2" lift review is here if...
I'm running 3" Synergy springs and 2.5 DSC Fox shocks. The ride is great however with a heavy beadlock spare, roof rack, goose gear setup and fridge the rear is sagging a bit compared to the front. I'm debating either adding a .75" spacer to the rear or swapping the rear springs for the Synergy 4".
Recently finished installed the Borla Climber Touring catback on my JLUR. I was looking for a quiet, high-clearance exhaust to replace the factory suitcase. This one does the trick - sounds great under throttle, zero drone at any RPM, and is as high clearance as you can get.
They look great! I’ve had Shrockworks bumpers on some Toyota’s in the past and they’ve always been high quality.
I’m considering their JL sliders however I want something that tucks up a little higher and closer to the body. I’ve been looking at the option from VKS but am still undecided.
I'm running the 2.5s - it's an amazing setup. I can easily keep up with my friends in their bolt-on long travel Toyotas in the fast stuff.
As others have mentioned the 3.0s are really a race shock and wouldn't be well suited to a street driven Jeep.